For over a century, the Bronx County Medical Society has fostered the highest possible medical and ethical standards for all doctors, engaged actively with the Bronx community and supported regulations to protect patients and physicians. The Society, which was established in 1914—the same year as the creation of Bronx County—has evolved into a prestigious resource center for both its members and the community-at-large.
The Bronx County Medical Society has long supported the borough’s physicians, encouraging professional excellence and working to improve public health. By sponsoring a physician referral service, offering scholarships to promising students, and organizing professional development opportunities for it members, the Society helps to better address the health needs of the Bronx community.
The annual dinner dance is a terrific opportunity to recognize this organization for its century-long history of providing quality health services to New Yorkers, and also to applaud Dr. Louis C. Rose for leading the Society in its efforts to build a healthier future for us all. Many thanks to Dr. Rose for his unwavering commitment to preserving the health of our residents, and to the Society on this milestone anniversary.